Bird Conservation - Page 11

  • Sea-Watching

    Amongst birders, sea watching has a reputation as being quite tricky –one for the specialists only. Perhaps for that reason I’ve tended to steer clear

    By Chris Foster on 4th October 2011
  • Plenty of Puffins

    Most people go to see puffins. The bird for people who don’t even like birds: with their clown-like technicolour beaks and comedy routines, nobody could fail to be won over.

    By Chris Foster on 27th September 2011
  • Seabird Spectacular

    Look out to our coasts and coastal waters, and it’s there you’ll find our greatest avian riches.

    By Chris Foster on 20th September 2011
  • Saving the Golden Eagle – a Focus for UK Bird Conservation?

    Changes in land use and illegal persecution have compelled this species to confine itself to Scotland, which has in turn hindered the population growth of Golden Eagles in the UK and their ability to re-colonise to a considerable extent.

    By Alex Taylor on 18th August 2011